Parsec for Teams makes remote video editing easy. Editors need a seamless experience, with perfect graphics, precise inputs, and a stable connection. We’ve got the settings that’ll be perfect for your work.
Fix the frame rate of a stream (usually 60FPS). Static screens, images, and documents maintain crisp details when not in motion.
Video editors using Parsec should plan to have Constant FPS disabled most of the time, but can toggle it on when fine detail and text rendition is important, such as when working with titles. This setting can be toggled on and off in real-time as needed.
Removes color (chroma) subsampling from your stream to improve color fidelity across the board. It's great for precise colors, but it will add a little latency and extra load on the client because 4:4:4 must use software decoding (ffmpeg). This can be enabled for one monitor and not the other(s).
It’s only available on hosts with NVIDIA GPUs running GTX 900/1000 and RTX 2000/3000 and their respective Quadro equivalents.
Like Constant FPS, this setting can be toggled on and off in real-time as needed.
*Note: 4:4:4 Color Mode works best when using the H.265 codec. Be sure to select “Prefer H.265” in the codec menu for optimal performance. GTX 900 series cards only support 4:4:4 encoding with h.264, not h.265.
Adjusting bandwidth is one of the best ways to increase video fidelity. Parsec defaults to 10Mbps, but with speedy internet, adjusting up to 25-30Mbps can help quite a bit. You can also reduce your bandwidth usage, or improve quality with bandwidth remaining constant, by selecting H.265 as your preferred codec.
Adjust frame rate directly in “Host Settings”, all the way up to 240FPS. Setting this will set the max frame rate Parsec will capture.
In Settings, manage what apps are viewable to connected guests.
These Apps? Approved - Only approve the apps that you want guests to be able to see.